John Coleman is a native of Atlanta and attended Georgia State University where he was awarded the Presidential Scholarship, the highest scholarship granted by the university. There he graduated Magna Cum Laude in three years, receiving a dual degree in Business Statistics and Real Estate, as well as minors in both German and Philosophy. For his achievements in his undergraduate real estate studies, he was awarded the John H. Cowart Scholarship, the Georgia Chapter CCIM Scholarship, and was also named a Faculty Scholar.

John then attended Georgia State University College of Law in the evenings while working full-time in the field of real estate investment as a title examiner and paralegal. He graduated Cum Laude in 2010, finishing in approximately the top 15% of his class. During law school he was the Vice President and a founding member of the Estate Planning & Wealth Management Law Society and the President of the Environmental Law Society. John also received the Attorneys’ Title Guaranty Fund Scholarship and the State Bar of Georgia Exemplary Real Property Law Student Award. He also received awards for his studies in Corporations, Litigation, and Bankruptcy.

John now works in the areas of title and tax deed litigation, in addition to tax appeal work. He has been a title examiner for over a decade and also has his own title company where he performs commercial and residential title examinations for attorneys, investors, and title insurance companies.